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Cell Tower Lease & Site Owners need to be cautioned about the latest scams in order to protect their assets, and revenue.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 20, 2013
David Espinosa, of Com-Serve, Georgia’s leading cell tower lease consulting company is revealing crucial information to Cell Tower Owners about falling for the latest scam to whittle away at their profits. The “Rent Reduction Program”, and the so-called “Lease Optimization Program”. Cell Phone Tower lease owners have received these rent reduction letters offering “guaranteed rents”, for a reduction in the monthly rent, or a Lump Sum payment. The Cell Tower Companies have hired independent contractors to reduce their costs.
Com-Serve is warning people not to panic and lose revenue in the process of their cell tower leases. The offers that are being made for a Lump Sum payment are very low, and should not be acted upon without the assistance of a professional Cell Tower Lease Consultancy Firm like Com-Serve. For the cost of having a professional representative, your actual revenues will be increased. It is a “No-Lose” situation for the Cell Tower Owner. David Espinosa, the owner of Com-Serve deals with these issues on a daily basis.
Having reviewed over 1,000 Cell Tower Agreements has given him a unique insight into the fine details of these documents. The companies that are doing the marketing do not care about lost revenues to the Cell Tower Owners. While it is true that mergers like AT&T and Cingular and Sprint & Nextel, present the situation of duplicate sites, a layman is not qualified to determine if a real redundancy risk exists, and then negotiate to get the best results. Com-Serve is more than qualified to evaluate the risk of the cell tower losing carriers, and then an informed decision can be made.
Com-Serve wants to stress that once the landowner signs these agreements, they are “set in stone”. This is why it makes sense to have a professional representative standing-by. Espinosa warns landowners about relying on professionals from other fields, such as: attorneys, real-estate agents and accountants. These types of individuals are not familiar with the niceties of cell tower agreements, and the landowner comes out as the loser.
Com-Serve was founded in 1997 after the passing of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Its main purpose was to assist clients nationwide in negotiating more fruitful contracts with all major cell phone carriers. Com-Serve has been successful in increasing revenues, and protecting landowners from signing agreements that restrict their rights. Even those people who have already signed contracts can benefit from a no-cost consultation. David Espinosa is an expert in all phases of Cell Tower lease negotiations.
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